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By Tracie Mitchell
Staff Writer 

Continuing the auto legacy

WORLAND – When Worland Ford-Chrysler closed its doors on Feb. 15, it seemed that the legacy of 500 Big Horn Avenue being the longest-running automobile dealership in Worland had come to an end. That is until Midway Auto, which opened in Worland in 2006, purchased the building to expand their Worland used car and RV (recreational vehicle) dealership.

 

November 16, 2017

Tracie Mitchell

Worland Midway Auto sales manager Ryan Green stands in front on the temporary sales office of 500 Big Horn Avenue Wednesday morning.

WORLAND – When Worland Ford-Chrysler closed its doors on Feb. 15, it seemed that the legacy of 500 Big Horn Avenue being the longest-running automobile dealership in Worland had come to an end. That is until Midway Auto, which opened in Worland in 2006, purchased the building to expand their Worland used car and RV (recreational vehicle) dealership.

Worland Midway Auto Sales Manager Ryan Green said, "We were always looking to expand in the area and we've been looking for properties. We knew the afternoon that this came open and tried to give them a week or so to breath and then we came a...



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